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1 Eastern Riverina Chronicle, Albury 12 Mar 2014 General News, page cm² Regional - circulation 772 (--W----) ID BRIEF CAMPQUALIT INDEX 1 PAGE 1 of 1 Fun Run for Camp Quality Culcairn health worker Adelle Kennedy is calling on local residents to support the Albury-Wodonga Camp Quality Fun Run on March 23. Ms Kennedy, who works at the Culcairn Community Health Centre, has been active over the past 12 months in trying to raise the profile of Camp Quality as well as much-needed funds with her entry into Camp Quality s escarpade with the Disney in a Hurry car. Ms Kennedy s will again enter escarpade with Sleeping Beauty Car 112 with her fundraising partner and Fun Run co-organiser Louise Ruddiman. The day will come in two formats, with a five kilometre run starting at Oddies Creek Park in Albury, before heading out to Wodonga via the walking/bike trail under Union Bridge and under the river behind Gateway Island before turning around and heading back to the park. The second run will be 10km long and will head in the opposite direction from the park towards Horseshoe Lagoon before turning around. Registration on the day will open at 8am with the 10km run to start at 9am. For more information visit Wodonga-Camp-Quality-Fun-Run

2 Wollondilly Advertiser, Sydney 19 Mar 2014, by Ben Chenoweth General News, page cm² Suburban - circulation 11,078 (-T-----) ID BRIEF CAMPQUALIT INDEX 1 PAGE 1 of 2 Driven to support family By Ben Chenoweth WHEN Corey Lake of Tahmoor required a heart transplant at age four, he had the support of the Wollondilly community. When he was diagnosed with non-hodgkin s lymphoma in 2012 the support of the Wollondilly community was there again. When he died at the age of 13 in October last year as a result of an acute rejection of the transplant, more than 1200 people attended the funeral to again support his family and pay their respects. And now, five months after his death, rather than than fading away, that support has continued. From October 18 to 25, the Courageous Corey Community Car an old, limited edition UNSV 5000 Holden Commodore will take part in the 2014 Camp Quality EsCarpade. The outback motoring adventure covering more than 300 kilometres is one of Camp Quality s biggest annual fund-raisers. This year more than 15 organisations have chipped in to help construct, create and sponsor the vehicle to enter into the event. Corey s dad David said he was humbled by how much Wollondilly had rallied behind Corey and his family. He said the funds raised would help other children and families. Almost $13,000 has already been collected for the Courageous Corey Community Car team. We were lucky enough to have that support when Corey had cancer so we ll do whatever we can to help other people in the same situation, he said. Jason Legg from JJ Performance Smash Repairs who s company painted the car said the design was inspired by Corey s love for monster trucks and NRL side the Parramatta Eels. It [the car] is for a good cause and it s a legacy that he left behind. Details: mycampquality.org.au/ courageouscorey, facebook.com/ CourageousCoreyCommunityCar. THANKS FOR HELPING JJ Performance Smash Repairs, Eye 4 Design Visual Communication, Vards Graphics, TJM Australia, Tahmoor Signs, Sportsmagic, Jewellery on Argyle, Deals Direct, Bob Jane, Custombuilt Frames and Trusses, Swimart, The Rotary Club of Picton, Argyle Hair Design, Wingham Frames and Trusses and Derks Produce. We were lucky enough to have that support when Corey had cancer so we ll do whatever we can to help other people in the same situation. David Lake

3 Wollondilly Advertiser, Sydney 19 Mar 2014, by Ben Chenoweth General News, page cm² Suburban - circulation 11,078 (-T-----) ID BRIEF CAMPQUALIT INDEX 1 PAGE 2 of 2 Courageous Corey lives on: (Front, from left) Corey Lake s dad David and sister Mackenzie with Grant Cox, and (back, from left) JJ Performance Smash Repair staff Darryl Gorrie, Jack Moss and Corey Smith, and the Courageous Corey Community Car. Picture: Jonathan Ng

4 Inverell Times, Inverell NSW 24 Jun 2014 General News, page cm² Regional - circulation 3,132 (-T--F--) ID BRIEF CAMPQUALIT INDEX 1 PAGE 1 of 1 TEAM TURBO: Duane and Jann O Brien, Gabi Potbury and Mitch Anderson and the 69 green machine are heading to Broken Hill. Fun night out to help team THE countdown to Broken Hill is running for locals Jann O'Brien, Duane O'Brien, Mitch Anderson and Gabi Potbury. In October, the foursome will pile into a vintage 1969 HT Holden for the long ride southwest in aid of Camp Quality, the charity for children living with cancer. Once at Broken Hill, they ll team up with a convoy of classic autos for the seven-day escarpade charity run to Albury, via Port Augusta, Barossa, Wentworth and Hay. After a string of fundraising events, the group s latest idea targets all ages. The setting is Inverell s Shake, Rattle and Bowl for unlimited ten pin bowling, laser tag and playground use. The night is Friday, this week, from 6pm to 10pm. Entry is $15 per person and children under five are free. There are lucky door prizes and raffles all night. Booking is essential. Please ring or contact Team Turbo on Facebook for a spot. All proceeds of the night will be donated to Camp Quality.

5 Deniliquin Pastoral Times, Deniliquin NSW 15 Jul 2014 General News, page cm² Regional - circulation 2,606 (-T--F--) ID BRIEF CAMPQUALIT INDEX 1 PAGE 1 of 2 All-girl road trip Birds take on car rally Heading out off the highway for the annual Camp Quality escarpade fundraiser this October is an allgirl Deniliquin team The Ladybirds. Team captain Annie Dwyer started the ball rolling to get a team together for the popular car rally event after a chat with Shane Savage, who has entered a Deniliquin team in the escarpade for several years. Joining Annie on the road as co-drivers will be Mandy Liphuyzen, Wendy Loomes and Jill Kearney. I was talking to Shane about the event and he offered us his car, and it all went from there, Annie said It s for a good cause and a bit of fun, so I got the team together. It s also a bit of a challenge because Shane didn t think we would do it. Annie said the team adopted the name Ladybirds because the insect is commonly referred to as a good luck charm. She also said the ladybird was a personal good luck symbol and a fitting name for an allgirl group. The 2014 escarpade is from October 18 to 25, leaving from Broken Hill and ending in Albury. There will be an overnight stay in Hay on Friday, October 25, with the group then travelling to Lockhart and then Albury on the final leg of the rally. Participants must have a car more than 20 years old to participate, and Annie said they also need $5000 to be able to compete. The Ladybirds have received some local sponsorship already, with McDonald s Deniliquin coming on board as the major sponsor. McDonald s owners Scott and Courtney Moller donated $1000 to the team s total last week. Mr Moller said it was a great way to support a local team doing good, as well as the Camp Quality charity. It s such a great charity that helps sick children and their families as well, Mr Moller said. Camp Quality has a number of projects to help families and offer support and understanding to school communities about children s cancer. One of the education programs is the Camp Quality Puppets, of which McDonald s Australia is a major supporter. Camp Quality s recreational programs are also similar to the aims of our Ronald McDonald House Charity. With three children of our own, Courtney and I felt it was important to support the efforts to raise money for Camp Quality. All team sponsors get their logo added to the rally car, with McDonald s now splashed across the rear windscreen and bonnet. The Ladybirds have been given the car number 08 for the rally. You can donate to their Camp Quality fundraiser total by going to where you can also see a list of their sponsors and leave messages of support. ~ Zoe McMaugh

6 Deniliquin Pastoral Times, Deniliquin NSW 15 Jul 2014 General News, page cm² Regional - circulation 2,606 (-T--F--) ID BRIEF CAMPQUALIT INDEX 1 PAGE 2 of 2 e l, McDonald s Deniliquin owners Scott and Courtney Moller present a cheque to Labybirds escarpade team members (from left) Annie Dwyer, Jill Kearney, Mandy Liphuyzen and Wendy Loomes.

7 Highlands Post (Bowral), Bowral NSW 24 Jul 2014 General News, page cm² Regional - circulation 15,073 (---T---) ID BRIEF CAMPQUALIT INDEX 1 PAGE 1 of 2 Motoring on FOUR Highlands residents are on track for a week-long outback motoring adventure fundraiser for charity. Keith, Sara, Bill van Diemen and Ray Selby have signed up for the week-long fundraiser called escarpade for children s cancer charity Camp Quality. They re calling on the Highlands community to support them in their fundraising efforts. EsCarpade is Camp Quality s biggest annual fundraiser. A fleet of up to 80 colourful cars, all of which are more than 20 years old, travel 2500 km from Broken Hill to Albury from 18 to 25 October 2014 on the outback motoring adventure. The new route will travel through Broken Hill, Packsaddle for lunch and back to Broken Hill on day one. Then on to Mt Victor for lunch, Port Augusta, Clare Valley, Barossa, Berri, Wentworth, Clare School, Hay, Lockhart and last stop is Albury. Highlands locals are entering a 1992 Holden Commodore into the event and they re calling on residents to get behind them to support their fundraising efforts in the run-up to October. A Trivia Night will be held at Moss Vale Services Club on August 16 at 7pm or people can donate online at ris. All money raised helps create a better life for every child living with cancer in Australia - including those in the Highlands area. This is the second time that Team Doris has entered escarpade. Bill van Diemen said he hoped the commodore would make it. We re hoping that our old car will make it through the challenging week-long off-road course, he said. Any support Highlands locals can give us - big or small, will really help kids living with cancer, which is what this is all about. Last year, thanks to the Highlands businesses and community, we raised more than $10,500 for local children. Along the route, the team will pull into towns in a fanfare of sirens, horns, water canons, lights and colour as a way of spreading Camp Quality s message of optimism. They will also visit primary schools where the Camp Quality puppets perform their show which teaches students how to be supportive of children living with cancer. Inquiries: Bill van Diemen or Keith Sara

8 Highlands Post (Bowral), Bowral NSW 24 Jul 2014 General News, page cm² Regional - circulation 15,073 (---T---) ID BRIEF CAMPQUALIT INDEX 1 PAGE 2 of 2 Ray Selby, Keith Sara and Bill van Diemen are calling on Highlanders to support their fundraising efforts for Camp Quality. Photo by Emma Biscoe

9 Barossa & Light Herald (Tanunda), Tanunda SA 29 Oct 2014 General News, page cm² Regional - circulation 20,330 (--W----) ID BRIEF CAMPQUALIT INDEX 1 PAGE 1 of 1 Camp Quality blast STUDENTS at Angaston s Good Shepherd Lutheran School got up close and personal with a range of wacky cars and their drivers as part of escarpade, Camp Quality s outback motoring adventure, last week. The week long fundraising event will see over 71 quirky vehicles travel 3500kms through New South Wales, Victoria and South Australia as they strive to raise $1.2 million to help support a further 250 families who have a child living with cancer. The students at the Good Shepherd Lutheran School were thrilled to have Camp Quality at their school and were excited at all the different cars and characters who attended, including Fred Flintstone, Barney Rubble, Bender and Leila from Futurama, Snow White and Mario and Luigi. Camp Quality also held a puppet show that is designed to help pupils become supportive and understanding of children living with cancer. To make a donation to Camp Quality visit FUN: From left, Jed Klau, Jaslyn Grundel, William Linke and Mason Lade with Snow White.

10 Barrier Daily Truth (Broken Hill), Broken Hill NSW 15 Oct 2014 General News, page cm² Regional - circulation 5,430 (MTWTFS-) ID BRIEF CAMPQUALIT INDEX 1 PAGE 1 of 1 Quirky convoy A fleet of 71 quirky vehicles containing 190 fundraisers will be travelling over 3,500kms through New South Wales, South Australia and Victoria, starting off from Broken Hill. Camp Quality s outback motoring adventure will pass through Broken Hill, Port Augusta, Clare Valley, Barossa, Berri, Wentworth, Clare, Hay, Lockhart and finish in Albury on October 25. The cars will be in Sturt Park from 6.30am on Sunday, October 19.

11 Barrier Daily Truth (Broken Hill), Broken Hill NSW 18 Oct 2014 General News, page cm² Regional - circulation 5,711 (MTWTFS-) ID BRIEF CAMPQUALIT INDEX 1 PAGE 1 of 2 Quality cars and outfits A cavalcade of 71 quirky cars will cruise around the city s streets this weekend to mark the start of a 3,500 kilometre drive for charity. Camp Quality s escarpade outback motoring journey is held annually and this year is the first time Broken Hill has been included in the route. Each car must be at least 20 years old and each team spends the year dressing their car up, making it roadworthy and encouraging people to sponsor them for their week-long adventure. The aim is to raise $1.2 million - enough for Camp Quality to support a further 250 families who have a child living with cancer for the next year. Putting cars that are at least 20 years old through the challenge of the off-road adventures of the outback is all part of the excitement that this event generates, said event manager Bianca Elhage. Getting those old cars dressed up in lots of wacky, weird and wonderful ways is quite a sight as they pull into the towns. It s a unique experience not to be missed,. Along the way they ll pull into towns in a fanfare of sirens, horns, water cannons, lights and colour in true Camp Quality style. The public is welcome to inspect the cars at the rotunda in Sturt Park tomorrow between 6.30am and 8.30am. The convoy will then go to Packsaddle for the day and return to Broken Hill for an event at the Palace Hotel tomorrow night. On Monday morning, between 6.30am and 8.30am, the cars will be at Sacred Heart Primary School in Lane Street before heading of on the long journey. They will go to Yunta that day before passing through Port Augusta, Clare Valley, Barossa, Berri, Wentworth, Clare, Hay, Lockhart and finish at Albury on October 25.

12 Barrier Daily Truth (Broken Hill), Broken Hill NSW 18 Oct 2014 General News, page cm² Regional - circulation 5,711 (MTWTFS-) ID BRIEF CAMPQUALIT INDEX 1 PAGE 2 of 2 Supplied

13 Barrier Daily Truth (Broken Hill), Broken Hill NSW 21 Oct 2014, by Darrin Manuel General News, page cm² Regional - circulation 5,430 (MTWTFS-) ID BRIEF CAMPQUALIT INDEX 1 PAGE 1 of 2 Rev up the fun By Darrin Manuel When Fred Flintstone and Barney Rubble are driving the city s streets with a giant purple octopus on the roof, it can only mean one thing - the escarpade is in town. Participants in the Camp Quality fundraiser, now in its 23rd year, rolled into town over the weekend with plenty of colourful characters in tow. Everyone from wicked witches to Nintendo video game brothers, Mario and Luigi, feature in the escarpade rally which last year raised more than $1.2 million to support children suffering from cancer. This year s rally begins in Broken Hill and finishes in Albury, with the only constraint on entry being that cars must be at least 20 years old. Drivers and volunteers enjoyed a dinner at the Civic Centre over the weekend, courtesy of Broken Hill Rotary, before heading to Sacred Heart yesterday morning for a pre-departure breakfast supplied by the school. Sacred Heart students were also treated to Camp Quality s National Puppet Program, with puppets Dean and Kylie providing an entertaining and informative show about cancer and Camp Quality. Camp Quality General Manager, Helen Merrick, said this year s bumper field of drivers had been enjoying their time in the Silver City. Everyone who takes part is so great. We ve got 69 cars this year, including 15 new cars, which is fantastic, she said. And the response from the community has been amazing, they ve been very welcoming, they ve fed us and just been really helpful. Ms Merrick sent special thanks to ARB Broken Hill, which helped replace one entrant s motor when his car broke down outside the city. These cars are over 20 years old so, as you can imagine, they break down a lot, laughed Ms Merrick. One man who would be familiar with the mechanical quirks of the escarpade is Ross Norman, who has participated in the rally for over 20 years with the Churchill Lions Club. Mr Norman said it had evolved over the years, but he still derived great enjoyment from helping kids with their battle against cancer. Back in the early days we used to take the sick kids out for a drive and they loved it, but you can t take those risks now, with OH and S and that sort of thing, he said. But once you ve seen the poor little buggers you just want to do all you can to help them. The escarpade convoy left for Yunta yesterday morning armed with lunches packed by Rotary. Next stop Port Augusta for more fun and fundraising. Barney Rubble (Evan Harris), Fred Flintstone (Peter Johnson) and their giant purple octopus.

14 Barrier Daily Truth (Broken Hill), Broken Hill NSW 21 Oct 2014, by Darrin Manuel General News, page cm² Regional - circulation 5,430 (MTWTFS-) ID BRIEF CAMPQUALIT INDEX 1 PAGE 2 of 2 Ezra Juana and Elleni Karagiannidis put on a show for students with Camp Quality puppets Dean and Kylie as part of yesterday s big escarpade launch. For pictures from the huge fundraiser event, turn to pages 10 and 11. PICTURES: Darrin Manuel

15 Goondiwindi Argus, Goondiwindi QLD 17 Dec 2014 General News, page cm² Regional - circulation 2,235 (--W----) ID BRIEF CAMPQUALIT INDEX 1 PAGE 1 of 1 Danielle s escarpade to end in Gundy WHEN we drove in to Albury at the finish, Camp Quality was holding a barbecue in town. They lined the streets and welcomed us in. I had tears pouring down cheeks. It was just brilliant, said Danielle Wallace. And she wants the same thing to happen in Goondiwindi next year. It was a fitting end to the weeklong escarpade an outback motoring adventure fundraiser for the children s cancer charity. This year s escarpade ran 2,500km from Broken Hill to Albury- Wodonga from October Goondiwindi residents Irish and Dan Wallace, Andrew Linton and Paul Byrne and his wife Julie tackled the challenge as Team Alex, in their 1995 Toyota Landcruiser. Our theme for the car this year was Mystery Incorporated Scooby Doo, said Danielle. I was Valma. Team Alex raised almost $32,000 for Camp Quality. Seventy cars were involved this year, and 320 people. Overall escarpade raised $1.3million for Camp Quality. It is the charity s biggest annual fundraiser. Along the route the teams pulled into towns in a fanfare of sirens, horns, water cannons, lights and colour as a way of spreading Camp Quality s message of optimism to local towns. They visited primary schools where the Camp Quality puppets perform their show which teaches pupils how to be supportive of children living with cancer. It s so worthwhile, said Danielle. We really want to thank everyone in the community for their support there are too many to name but especially Gundy Smash Repairs for getting our car in shape. Next year, the escarpade will finish in Goondiwindi on October 24. It s our chance to say thank you and I know the people of Goondiwindi will be as supportive as ever. Danielle is organising celebrations at the big finish, along with Goondiwindi Lions, Apex, Rotary, Goondiwindi Regional Council and the Border River Chamber Chamber of Commerce. We re expecting 250 people I ve booked out all the motels. There s going to be a parade of all the cars down the main street at 11a.m. It s a wonderful charity. People in Albury, whose children had cancer, were saying thank-you and I was saying we should be thanking you. One little girl at the barbecue was having a birthday party, so I gave her a big bag of lollies from the Co-Op. Her mother laughed and said, If the cancer doesn t kill her, the sugar will. As they say, laughter is the best medicine. There was another little girl who has Down s syndrome and cancer. She really wanted to sit on Scooby Doo s lap, but she was too scared, but she wasn t scared of me as Valma, so she sat on my lap for hours. It just makes you realise how much people have to go through. She was only two years old. Parents have to endure so much they are such courageous people. Camp Quality is the children s family cancer charity. Our purpose is to create a better life for every child living with cancer in Australia. The services we provide for children living with cancer and their families help them build optimism and resilience. It just makes you realise how much people have to go through. She was only two years old. Parents have to endure so much they are such courageous people...

16 Hawkesbury Courier, Richmond NSW 11 Dec 2014 General News, page cm² Regional - circulation 19,919 (---T---) ID BRIEF CAMPQUALIT INDEX 1 PAGE 1 of 2 Long journey for Camp Quality THE Richmond LJ Hooker team has managed to raise more than $100k for Camp Quality after participating in the annual Camp Quality escarpade event. Realtor, James Hall, led the team on a 4500km trek where 67 cars were involved and travelled from Broken Hill through Barossa Valley and finished at Albury- Wodonga. Lasting seven days in late October, the sole purpose was to raise funds for the children s charity. For Mr Hall as well as fellow local businessman, Rod Mitchell, this was their ninth year competing in the fun drive. We have been helping Camp Quality for the past nine years and with help from local businesses we have raised $380,000, Mr Hall said. The pair visited a number of schools along the route, educating the children on Camp Quality. We are raising money for such an important cause and at the same time enjoying the company of friends made through the event with everyone in good spirits, Mr Hall said. I get a lot out of the event, and it brings me joy knowing the money will go towards helping put a smile on a sick child s face. Each year Mr Hall raises money for the cause by hosting the annual horse racing day, trivia nights and charity auctions with the major fundraiser being the escarpade. This year he raised $26,000 towards the overall effort of $108,000 by LJ Hooker. Mr Hall has set himself a challenge for his 10th year working with Camp Quality to go even better next time. To donate to Camp Quality through LJ Hooker Richmond call To find out more about Camp Quality visit lic/home.aspx.

17 Hawkesbury Courier, Richmond NSW 11 Dec 2014 General News, page cm² Regional - circulation 19,919 (---T---) ID BRIEF CAMPQUALIT INDEX 1 PAGE 2 of 2 Mr Hall and Mr Mitchell s 1978 Ford LTD was decorated by local TAFE students, who used Nintendo Mario Bros superheroes, Mario and Luigi, to make the car stand out.

18 Barrier Daily Truth (Broken Hill), Broken Hill NSW 21 Oct 2014 General News, page 10-1, cm² Regional - circulation 5,430 (MTWTFS-) ID BRIEF CAMPQUALIT INDEX 1 PAGE 1 of 6 Camp Quality escarpade PICTURES: Darrin Manuel James Hall and Rod Mitchell as video game duo Mario and Luigi.

19 Barrier Daily Truth (Broken Hill), Broken Hill NSW 21 Oct 2014 General News, page 10-1, cm² Regional - circulation 5,430 (MTWTFS-) ID BRIEF CAMPQUALIT INDEX 1 PAGE 2 of 6 Elizabeth Tonning of the princesses team was all smiles at sunrise despite the early start. Drivers and volunteers alike were in good spirits yesterday morning. Ross Norman has taken part in the escarpade for over two decades.

20 Barrier Daily Truth (Broken Hill), Broken Hill NSW 21 Oct 2014 General News, page 10-1, cm² Regional - circulation 5,430 (MTWTFS-) ID BRIEF CAMPQUALIT INDEX 1 PAGE 3 of 6 Colourful cars of all shapes and sizes were on display at Sacred Heart school yesterday. Grant Cox and David Lake were happy to lend their support to Camp Quality and the Parramatta Eels.

21 Barrier Daily Truth (Broken Hill), Broken Hill NSW 21 Oct 2014 General News, page 10-1, cm² Regional - circulation 5,430 (MTWTFS-) ID BRIEF CAMPQUALIT INDEX 1 PAGE 4 of 6

22 Barrier Daily Truth (Broken Hill), Broken Hill NSW 21 Oct 2014 General News, page 10-1, cm² Regional - circulation 5,430 (MTWTFS-) ID BRIEF CAMPQUALIT INDEX 1 PAGE 5 of 6 Dapper duo Geoff Byron and Greg Tilden enjoy a morning cuppa.

23 Barrier Daily Truth (Broken Hill), Broken Hill NSW 21 Oct 2014 General News, page 10-1, cm² Regional - circulation 5,430 (MTWTFS-) ID BRIEF CAMPQUALIT INDEX 1 PAGE 6 of 6 Donna Wooldridge, Julie Touzell and Tracey Randall. escarpade participants enjoyed a hearty breakfast before heading off to Yunta.

24 Leader (Barossa Valley), Angaston SA 05 Nov 2014 General News, page cm² Regional - circulation 8,030 (--W----) ID BRIEF CAMPQUALIT INDEX 1 PAGE 1 of 1 Camp Qaulity's EsCARpade visits Good Shepherd Lutheran School Camp Qaulity's EsCARpade brought fun and mayhem to Good Shepherd Lutheran School, Angaston while raising money for Cancer. Cheeky as they come with their squirting water pistols, not even the Principal, Mrs Anne Marschall was safe. All students were given a goody bag which was generously filled with hand outs and sweets by the drivers. Egan Schawrz won Camp Quality's Tm laughing...what makes you laugh" colouring competition. EsCARpade is one of Camp Quality's biggest annual national fundraisers and Australia's wackiest outback motoring adventure. It is a culmination of year-round fundraising by dedicated and hardworking fundraisers committed to making laughter the best medicine. EsCARpade is a seven-day outback motoring adventure driving distances of km each day all off the beaten track. They pull up in rural towns for lunch, they rock up into schools to spread the EsCARpade cheer, and they always brake for CARaoke and other games at fun stops. FUN WELCOME: Good Shepherd Lutheran School, Angaston students lined the driveway to their hall on October 23 when more than 20 cars participating in the Camp Quality escarpade stopped by. Damian Sheather from team Booger Mobile is pictured with students, Tayla Ames, George Lansom, Sam Klau and Jemima Barrett. Students had the chance to mingle with drivers before a puppet show was given to provide an understanding of Camp Quality and the role they play in supporting sick children and their families.

25 Inverell Times, Inverell NSW 31 Jan 2014 General News, page cm² Regional - circulation 3,132 (-T--F--) ID BRIEF CAMPQUALIT INDEX 1 PAGE 1 of 1 EACH year in October Camp Quality, a national non -profit organization, holds its biggest annual fundraiser - escarp ade. It's an outback motoring event to raise funds to help children living with cancer and their families. This year Jann and Duane O'Brien, Mitch Anderson and Gabi Potbury are taking on the escarpade challenge to travel from Broken Hill to Albury in a 44- year -old Holden. Throughout the year this team who call themselves "Team Turbo" will be asking for the support of the local community. Team Turbo will be hosting a number of events throughout the year from lawn bowls and poker nights to fashion parades and photo competitions. Camp Quality provides support through the use of education, performance, Team Turbo rewed up for escarpade LONG DRIVE: Dua ne and Jann O'Brien, Gabi Potbury and Mitch Anderson will hit the road later this year to raise funds for Camp Quality. recreation, respite and play to wealth bank where donations Commonwealth Bank. To build optimism, resilience can be made. keep up to date with Team and supportive networks for For more information on Turbo's upcoming events you families. Jann, Duane, Mitch how you can donate contact can like them on Facebook and Gabi have opened a bank Jann and Duane on com /campqu account at the Common- or drop into the alityteamturbo.

26 Barrier Daily Truth (Broken Hill), Broken Hill NSW 01 Nov 2014 General News, page cm² Regional - circulation 5,711 (MTWTFS-) ID BRIEF CAMPQUALIT INDEX 1 PAGE 1 of 1 Escarpade thanks The students, staff and parents of Sacred Heart Parish Primary School would like to thank the local businesses who provided donations and support for the Camp Quality Escarpade Breakfast the school catered for on Monday 20th October. Those who donated were: Blende Street Butcher, Ken Holden, IGA Fresh, McLeods Bakery, Ela Mar, Alma Cordials, Foodland, Coles and Woolworths. Their kind donations, as well as the help from school families, meant that the Camp Quality Breakfast was a success. After the breakfast, the kids at the school were treated to a visit by some of the characters on the Escarpade and were also entertained with a puppet show. Belinda Miller Convenor, Sacred Heart Parish Primary School

27 Border Times (Pinaroo), Pinnaroo SA 05 Nov 2014, by Laura Eckert Supplements, page cm² Regional - circulation 1,000 (--W----) ID BRIEF CAMPQUALIT INDEX 1 PAGE 1 of 2 Statesman soldiers on in style LAURA ECKERT TEAM Aqua Army members had a bumpy trek in their armed personal carrier during a charity motoring event that stopped in Berri recently. David Ridgeweii, Rod Nelson, Paul Myzzi and Darren Home joined hundreds of car enthusiasts in the Camp Quality rally across New South Wales, South Australia and Victoria. The event started in Broken Hill and finished in Albury on October 25. Shortly after embarking on the 2500km journey, the men - from Sydney's Hawkesbury Valley - encountered engine problems in their 1984 WB Holden Statesman. "The car had a bit of trouble at the starting line," Mr Home said. "We blew a motor up 160km out of Broken Hill, so we had to get towed back into the town. "We had to source a new engine which proved difficult and all we could find was a smaller 253 cubic inch V8 Holden motor. "The motor should be 308 cubic inches, but the smaller one did the job." Aside from initial engine problems, Mr Home said the team's pride and joy lived up to expectations. "It's been a little beauty," he said. "We put about 300 hours into prepping the car for the event. "The suspension was beefed up, we got new seats made for it, and we painted it in the aqua and blue camouflage colour. Mr Home said the team raised $21,000 which will go towards helping children with cancer. "We've all wanted to do a car rally like this and it's great that we can help a wonderful cause at the same time," he said. "We've had a great time driving through the bush and outback. We've seen some pretty amazing scenes."

28 Border Times (Pinaroo), Pinnaroo SA 05 Nov 2014, by Laura Eckert Supplements, page cm² Regional - circulation 1,000 (--W----) ID BRIEF CAMPQUALIT INDEX 1 PAGE 2 of 2 Team Aqua Army members David Ridgeweii (left), Rod Nelson, Paul Myzzi and Darren Home with their 1984 WB Holden Statesman for the Camp Quality charity motoring event which stopped in Berri I recently. INSET: The team installed a small V8 Holden motor after they encountered engine problems early into the rally. PHOTOS: Will Slee

29 : I. " Loxton News, Loxton SA 05 Nov 2014, by Laura Eckert Supplements, page cm² Regional - circulation 2,400 (--W----) ID BRIEF CAMPQUALIT INDEX 1 PAGE 1 of 2 Statesman soldiers on in style LAURA ECKERT TEAM Aqua Army members had a bumpy trek in their armed personal carrier during a charity motoring event that stopped in Berri recently. David Ridgewell, Rod Nelson, Paul Myzzi and Darren Home joined hundreds of car enthusiasts in the Camp Quality rally across New South Wales, South Australia and Victoria. The event started in Broken Hill and finished in Albury on October 25. Shortly after embarking on the 2500km journey, the men - from Sydney's Hawkesbury Valley - encountered engine problems in their 1984 WB Holden Statesman. "The car had a bit of trouble at the starting line," Mr Home said. "We blew a motor up 160km out of Broken Hill, so we had to get towed back into the town. "We had to source a new engine which proved difficult and all we could find was a smaller 253 cubic inch V8 Holden motor. "The motor should be 308 cubic inches, but the smaller one did the job." Aside from initial engine problems, Mr Home said the team's pride and joy lived up to expectations. "It's been a little beauty," he said. "We put about 300 hours into prepping the car for the event. "The suspension was beefed up, we got new seats made for it, and we painted it in the aqua and blue camouflage colour. Mr Home said the team raised $21,000 which will go towards helping children with cancer. "We've all wanted to do a car rally like this and it's great that we can help a wonderful cause at the same time," he said. "We've had a great time driving through the bush and outback. We've seen some pretty amazing scenes."

30 : I. " Loxton News, Loxton SA 05 Nov 2014, by Laura Eckert Supplements, page cm² Regional - circulation 2,400 (--W----) ID BRIEF CAMPQUALIT INDEX 1 PAGE 2 of 2 Team Aqua Army members David Ridgewell (left), Rod Nelson, Paul Myzzi and Darren Home with their 1984 WB Holden Statesman for the Camp Quality charity motoring event which stopped in Berri recently. INSET: The team installed a small V8 Holden motor after they encountered engine problems early into the rally. PHOTOS: Will Slee

31 Murray Pioneer (Renmark), Renmark SA 05 Nov 2014, by Laura Eckert Extra, page cm² Regional - circulation 6,400 (-T--F--) ID BRIEF CAMPQUALIT INDEX 1 PAGE 1 of 2 Statesman soldiers on in style LAURA ECKERT TEAM Aqua Army members had a bumpy trek in their armed personal carrier during a charity motoring event that stopped in Berri recently. David Ridgewell, Rod Nelson, Paul Myzzi and Darren Horne joined hundreds of car enthusiasts in the Camp Quality rally across New South Wales, South Australia and Victoria. The event started in Broken Hill and finished in Albury on October 25. Shortly after embarking on the 2500km journey, the men from Sydney s Hawkesbury Valley encountered engine problems in their 1984 WB Holden Statesman. The car had a bit of trouble at the starting line, Mr Horne said. We blew a motor up 160km out of Broken Hill, so we had to get towed back into the town. We had to source a new engine which proved difficult and all we could find was a smaller 253 cubic inch V8 Holden motor. The motor should be 308 cubic inches, but the smaller one did the job. Aside from initial engine problems, Mr Horne said the team s pride and joy lived up to expectations. It s been a little beauty, he said. We put about 300 hours into prepping the car for the event. The suspension was beefed up, we got new seats made for it, and we painted it in the aqua and blue camouflage colour. Mr Horne said the team raised $21,000 which will go towards helping children with cancer. We ve all wanted to do a car rally like this and it s great that we can help a wonderful cause at the same time, he said. We ve had a great time driving through the bush and outback. We ve seen some pretty amazing scenes.

32 Murray Pioneer (Renmark), Renmark SA 05 Nov 2014, by Laura Eckert Extra, page cm² Regional - circulation 6,400 (-T--F--) ID BRIEF CAMPQUALIT INDEX 1 PAGE 2 of 2 Team Aqua Army members David Ridgewell (left), Rod Nelson, Paul Myzzi and Darren Horne with their 1984 WB Holden Statesman for the Camp Quality charity motoring event which stopped in Berri recently. INSET: The team installed a small V8 Holden motor after they encountered engine problems early into the rally. PHOTOS: Will Slee

33 Murray Pioneer (Renmark), Renmark SA 07 Nov 2014, by Laura Eckert Extra, page cm² Regional - circulation 6,400 (-T--F--) ID BRIEF CAMPQUALIT INDEX 1 PAGE 1 of 2 Statesman soldiers on in style LAURA ECKERT TEAM Aqua Army members had a bumpy trek in their armed personal carrier during a charity motoring event that stopped in Berri recently. David Ridgewell, Rod Nelson, Paul Myzzi and Darren Horne joined hundreds of car enthusiasts in the Camp Quality rally across New South Wales, South Australia and Victoria. The event started in Broken Hill and finished in Albury on October 25. Shortly after embarking on the 2500km journey, the men from Sydney s Hawkesbury Valley encountered engine problems in their 1984 WB Holden Statesman. The car had a bit of trouble at the starting line, Mr Horne said. We blew a motor up 160km out of Broken Hill, so we had to get towed back into the town. We had to source a new engine which proved difficult and all we could find was a smaller 253 cubic inch V8 Holden motor. The motor should be 308 cubic inches, but the smaller one did the job. Aside from initial engine problems, Mr Horne said the team s pride and joy lived up to expectations. It s been a little beauty, he said. We put about 300 hours into prepping the car for the event. The suspension was beefed up, we got new seats made for it, and we painted it in the aqua and blue camouflage colour. Mr Horne said the team raised $21,000 which will go towards helping children with cancer. We ve all wanted to do a car rally like this and it s great that we can help a wonderful cause at the same time, he said. We ve had a great time driving through the bush and outback. We ve seen some pretty amazing scenes.

34 Murray Pioneer (Renmark), Renmark SA 07 Nov 2014, by Laura Eckert Extra, page cm² Regional - circulation 6,400 (-T--F--) ID BRIEF CAMPQUALIT INDEX 1 PAGE 2 of 2 Team Aqua Army members David Ridgewell (left), Rod Nelson, Paul Myzzi and Darren Horne with their 1984 WB Holden Statesman for the Camp Quality charity motoring event which stopped in Berri recently. INSET: The team installed a small V8 Holden motor after they encountered engine problems early into the rally. PHOTOS: Will Slee

35 Deniliquin Pastoral Times, Deniliquin NSW 03 Oct 2014 General News, page cm² Regional - circulation 2,606 (-T--F--) ID BRIEF CAMPQUALIT INDEX 1 PAGE 1 of 1 Quality quilt for cancer fundraiser Community members are being encouraged to purchase a raffle ticket for the annual Camp Quality escarpade fundraiser. Tickets are available at the Naponda Community Store, and for just $2 winners could walk away with a handmade quilt. Money raised from the raffle will go towards The Ladybirds all-girl local team, who are taking part in the cross-country car rally to assist families dealing with cancer. The 2014 escarpade is being held from October 18 to 25, travelling by vehicle from Broken Hill and ending in Albury. The Ladybirds team includes captain Annie Chalmers, Mandy Liphuyzen, Wendy Loomes and Jill Kearney. We re all really excited it is a great cause, Annie said. People can donate online or purchase a raffle ticket at the Naponda Community Store. It will be drawn on October 15. We are extremely grateful to Naponda for their support. So far we ve raised Naponda Community Store manager Pam Ellerman and The Ladybirds team captain Annie Chalmers with the quilt being raffled for Camp Quality. about $5500, surpassing our goal of $5000. Naponda Community Store manager Pam Ellerman encourages everyone to purchase a raffle ticket. It s a great cause and I think everyone should get behind it, she said. Two Deniliquin teams will participate in the fundraiser this year. Deniliquin man Shane Savage also has a Camp Quality team called MIB (Men in Bash). Former local Daniel Chorley, who now lives in Orange, NSW, is taking part as well. All touring teams will pass through Broken Hill, Port Augusta, Clare Valley, Barossa, Berri, Wentworth, Clare, Hay, Lockhart and finish in Albury on October 25. The event has attracted 190 entrants from Victoria, Queensland and NSW. Each car must be at least 20 years old, and each team spends the year dressing the car up, making it roadworthy and encouraging people to sponsor them for their weeklong adventure. EsCarpade is the culmination of year-long fundraising by dedicated and hard-working fundraisers committed to creating a better life for children living with cancer and their families. To support a team, visit

36 Deniliquin Pastoral Times, Deniliquin NSW 21 Oct 2014 General News, page cm² Regional - circulation 2,606 (-T--F--) ID BRIEF CAMPQUALIT INDEX 1 PAGE 1 of 1 Naponda manager claims Quality quilt Pam Ellerman had her name on a ticket drawn from a basket on Wednesday to win the Camp Quality escarpade raffle. It was a huge shock for Mrs Ellerman, who couldn't believe Naponda Hospital Auxiliary assistant Cleone McAllister had drawn her name. Mrs Ellerman also the Naponda Community Store manager won a hand-made quilt made by escarpade participant Mandy Liphuyzen. All money raised from the raffle goes towards The Ladybirds' all-girl Deniliquin team, which is taking part in the cross-country car rally to assist families dealing with cancer. The team started their charity adventure on Saturday and is made up of captain Annie Chalmers, Mandy, Wendy Loomes and Jill Kearney Ānnie said she would like to thank Naponda, which supported the team in selling raffle tickets. Deniliquin man Shane Savage also has The Ladybirds captain Annie Chalmers and Naponda Hospital Auxiliary assistant secretary Cleone McAllister. a Camp Quality team called MIB (Men in Bash) taking part in the annual fundraiser. All touring teams will pass through Broken Hill, Port Augusta, Clare Valley, Barossa, Berri, Wentworth, Clare, Hay, Lockhart and finish in Albury on October 25. To support a team, visit www. mycampquality-.org.au/escarpade.

37 Deniliquin Pastoral Times, Deniliquin NSW 31 Oct 2014, by Cass Savellis General News, page cm² Regional - circulation 2,606 (-T--F--) ID BRIEF CAMPQUALIT INDEX 1 PAGE 1 of 2 y Great rally response EsCarpade teams have already collected more than $14,000 By CASS SAVELLIS Two Deniliquin teams hit the road last week for the 2014 Camp Quality EsCarpade car rally from October 18 to 25. Leaving from Broken Hill and finishing their journey in Albury last Saturday, the teams travelled about 300 kilometres each day to raise awareness and funds for children living with cancer and their families. The Ladybirds and Men In Bush have so far raised more than $14,000 between them. In the Ladybirds car were Annie Chalmers, Mandy Liphuyzen, Wendy Loomes and Jill Kearney, while Shane Savage and his uncle Lindsay Savage combined to make up the other local team. They experienced outback Australia and brightened the faces of locals as they journeyed through 13 towns. Annie said although they experienced a hiccup along the way, it was all part of the journey. We had a breakdown because of an electrical issue in Port Augusta, she said. But team MIB stayed behind and towed us. A highlight for the teams was visiting schools and interacting with students. The kids just love the noise and flashing lights when you drive into their school, Annie said. They get to see the Camp Quality puppet show and learn about what we re doing. We went to Clare Public School which only has eight children, but two were away so there were only six that day. That visit ended in water fights! We gave them water pistols and another team dressed in Ninja Turtle fi d h d i l outfits and had water pistols. I think the hose came out in the end. We even squirted the principal too. Shane said team MIB had a really good run in their bright yellow 1966 HR Holden ute. We enjoyed the camaraderie and meeting people from around Sydney, Victoria and Queensland, he said. You raise money for a good cause and see places you would usually never get to see. We went right through outback country. You realise how good we have it here; in Clare they hadn t had rain since February, so it was extremely dusty. We also had dinner and lunch stops at Wentworth and Berri; both functions were on the river which was nice. Shane said preparations are already in place for next year s EsCarpade, which will see teams travel from Narrabri to Longreach and back around to Goondiwindi. Next year will be our 10th year and we are looking forward to it, he said. And the festivities didn t stop when the teams reached their final destination last Saturday. The 68 cars in the rally met up at the Albury showgrounds and did a convoy through the main street of Albury, Annie said. The streets were lined with families looking at our cars. Then we met with some of the children who benefit from the Camp Quality charity at a park and we handed out gifts. Camp Quality guarantees over 90 per cent of the funds h hild d h go to the children and the rest go back into their program, which is great. The whole team had a really great time and we want to do it again. It makes you feel really good to see how you can affect people s lives in such a positive way. The Ladybirds raised $5470 and team MIB raised $9100, with donations still being taken at The 2014 EsCarpade raised a total of $1.3 million.

38 Deniliquin Pastoral Times, Deniliquin NSW 31 Oct 2014, by Cass Savellis General News, page cm² Regional - circulation 2,606 (-T--F--) ID BRIEF CAMPQUALIT INDEX 1 PAGE 2 of 2 The Ladybirds Wendy Loomes, Jill Kearney, Annie Chalmers and Mandy Liphuyzen at Packsaddle and (right) their car being towed by Deniliquin s Men In Bush team car.

39 Dubbo Mailbox Shopper, Dubbo 22 Oct 2014, by Laura Mcintyre General News, page cm² Regional - circulation 13,830 (--W----) ID BRIEF CAMPQUALIT INDEX 1 PAGE 1 of 2 Charitable escapade in Dubbo CAMP QUALITY By LAURA McINTYRE TWO decked out cars had a stopover at Dubbo last week, before embarking on the final leg of their trip to Broken Hill. The escarpade is one of Camp Quality s biggest annual national fundraisers. The rally is a culmination of yearround fundraising by dedicated and hard-working fundraisers committed to making laughter the best medicine. escarpade is a seven-day outback motoring adventure driving distances of 300 kilometres to 350 kilometres each day - all off the beaten track. There was expected to be more than 30 colourful cars participating in the drive. The escarpade will hit up Port August, Clare Valley, Barossa, Berri, g, y,,, Wentworth, Hay, Lockhart and Albury on their adventure,, to visit schools and collect donations for Camp Quality. Dubbo resident Mary Nelson hosted friends from Sydney involved in the rally last week. Mrs Nelson was extremely proud of her friends and their dedication to the charity. My friend Vicki holds this cause very close to her heart, she said. Mrs Kerr s granddaughter had recently been diagnosed with leukemia. Mrs Nelson said the troops of the escarpade were often very surprised by the generosity of community members. Last Wednesday, after filling up her car with petrol at Inland Petroleum, Mrs Kerr arrived at the cash register to find her petrol had already been paid for. It s people like that, which make it all worth it, Mrs Nelson said.

40 Dubbo Mailbox Shopper, Dubbo 22 Oct 2014, by Laura Mcintyre General News, page cm² Regional - circulation 13,830 (--W----) ID BRIEF CAMPQUALIT INDEX 1 PAGE 2 of 2 Ray Oliver, John Verkerk, Vicki Kerr and Chris Kerr. Photo: GREG KEEN

41 Eastern Riverina Chronicle, Albury 29 Oct 2014 General News, page cm² Regional - circulation 772 (--W----) ID BRIEF CAMPQUALIT INDEX 1 PAGE 1 of 1 Sleeping Beauty awakens to raise money for sick children n Car 112 Sleeping Beauty before it headed off on this year s Camp Quality escarpade Most people wouldn t associate the fairytale Sleeping Beauty with a vehicle but for many people in the Culcairn community Car 112 Sleeping Beauty is a household name. For the past four years the owner of Fitzies Motors in Culcairn, Mark Leov, has donated the car to Adelle Kennedy and Robyn Seyfort for the Camp Quality escarpade but this year Mr Leov decided to go along for the ride too. Car 112 Sleeping Beauty had a fundraising goal of $5000 but raised well over that with local businesses and the local communities donating generously. In a bid to raise a bit more money for the cause Mr Leov agreed to wear pink overalls if $500 was donated, and when over $1000 was raised he stayed true to his word and donned the pink overalls. I found it very embarrassing; when we pulled up for fuel blokes wouldn t talk to me, Mr Leov said. This year s escarpade started on October 18 at Broken Hill, which is where Mr Leov used to live before moving to Culcairn. The vehicles arrived at the Lockhart Central School early last Saturday making a great entrance and providing entertainment, and ended in Albury later in the day. The Camp Quality escarpade is the biggest annual fundraiser for Camp Quality.

42 Eastern Riverina Chronicle, Albury 29 Oct 2014, by Lynette Hunt General News, page cm² Regional - circulation 772 (--W----) ID BRIEF CAMPQUALIT INDEX 1 PAGE 1 of 3 Brookong Run with Lynette Hunt LAUGHTER IS THE BEST MEDICINE Laughter is the best medicine was proven by participants in escarpade, a seven day outback motoring adventure travelling km each day all off the beaten track when they stopped in Lockhart on Saturday. You couldn t have missed their arrival, announced by sirens, bells and hooters on decorated cars, costumes and lots of laughter as they toured the town before stopping at the central school gymnasium for lunch when saying they were impressed with the friendly people, neat town and sculptures. The royal wave perfected in response to their enthusiastic goodbyes as vehicles drove out of town in one of Australia s wackiest outback motoring adventures raising funds for Camp Quality. NEW AUSTRALIAN CITIZENS Urana Mayor Patrick Bourke said when conducting Australian Citizenship Ceremony recently Australia welcomes you and the talents, diversity and vitality that you bring to our nation when Remya Mary Joseph and Ligi Chiramel Augusty became full and formal members of the community. NEW ADDITIONS Graeme and Cheryl Barker welcomed Tyson, son of Melanie and Robert on September 30 weighing in at 5lb 12ozs. Tyson is the seventh grandchild for the Barkers and eleventh great grandchild for Jack and Margaret Smith of Lockhart. Jamie and Andrea Morley welcomed grandson Patrick John on September 23. He is the son of Joshua and Megan Taylor, grandson of Jack and Margaret Smith. SURPRISE 21st John and Kerri McDonnell travelled to SA surprising their daughter Nicola on the occasion of her 21st birthday on October 21. Nicole is on placement as a teacher and despite growing up in a farming family, said there is plenty to learn about the country community and also new skills in her chosen career. Her brother Aaron is still keeping abreast of Politics even now when teaching at Dubbo.

43 Eastern Riverina Chronicle, Albury 29 Oct 2014, by Lynette Hunt General News, page cm² Regional - circulation 772 (--W----) ID BRIEF CAMPQUALIT INDEX 1 PAGE 2 of 3 n Birthday girl Kellie Shuker wore her fairy dress for lessons in bike riding from Khloe Bartolo.

44 Eastern Riverina Chronicle, Albury 29 Oct 2014, by Lynette Hunt General News, page cm² Regional - circulation 772 (--W----) ID BRIEF CAMPQUALIT INDEX 1 PAGE 3 of 3 n Kate, Nick and Lachlan Bower with Max the family pet.

45 Guardian News, Nambucca Heads NSW 16 Oct 2014 General News, page cm² Regional - circulation 3,811 (---T---) ID BRIEF CAMPQUALIT INDEX 1 PAGE 1 of 1 Local drivers gear up for the great escarpade THE 2014 Camp Quality escarpade is under starter s orders, with 69 cars set to head to Broken Hill when the big adventure gets underway on Saturday. In the field will be car 2448, otherwise known as The Black Pearl, captained by Pirate Frank Nunnari and Lieutenant Leonie from Valla Beach and car ToJo crewed by Greg Tilden from Newcastle and Geoff Byron from Macksville. This will be Leonie s first, Frank s second, Geoff s eighth and Greg s 14th escarpade. On Sunday the cars will travel to Packsaddle and return to Broken Hill. Monday is Broken Hill to Port Augusta, while Tuesday it s off to the Barossa. The event will finish in Albury on Saturday week. Nambucca Valley residents may know Geoff and Bev Byron from the Camp Quality Opportunity Shoppe now located on the corner of River and Cooper streets, Macksville. Thanks to the generosity of the people of the Valley and the support of volunteers at the Opp Shoppe, more than $9000 has been raised for children living with cancer.

46 Isis Town & Country Newspaper, Childers QLD 23 Oct 2014 General News, page cm² Regional - circulation 1,352 (---T---) ID BRIEF CAMPQUALIT INDEX 1 PAGE 1 of 1 Bird is the word for Childers trio NOT SO ANGRY: Ross Nugent in his yellow Angry Birds costume. Ross, Damien Tarda and John Cole with their 714 Angry Birds Holden Commodore. The trio are participating in the Camp Quality escarpade which runs from Broken Hill to Albury. Story on page 17. PHOTO: MATTHEW MCINERNEY

47 Isis Town & Country Newspaper, Childers QLD 23 Oct 2014 General News, page cm² Regional - circulation 1,352 (---T---) ID BRIEF CAMPQUALIT INDEX 1 PAGE 1 of 2 Angry Birds get happy IT IS not every day you see three grown men dressed as characters from a game throwing candy to children, but then Childers locals Ross Nugent, Damien Tarda and John Cole aren t on an everyday trip. The trio are in the middle of the 2014 Camp Quality escarpade, a 3500km outback road adventure in its 23rd year. This year the track runs from Broken Hill to Albury, with fun stops along the way to bring smiles to children s faces. It is the second year Nugent has participated in the event, with last year s effort from Bundaberg to Wollongong raising more than $10,000. On that occasion Nugent, Cole and Geoff Knowles travelled as the Mud Rats, kitting out a DJ40 Land Cruiser and donning mud rat onesies for the ride. This time they re taking a Holden Commodore VP on the trek, but the trusty car complete with the red angry bird on the roof has arguably a lot more driving than other crews. It s been about 12 months of work, Mr Nugent said. We had to drive about 21 hours there (including breaks) but allowed 24 before we had to be at the start line. All vehicles must be at least 20 years old, making for a car-lover s dream sight as the convoy cuts across outback roads. It s the first time Mr Tarda has taken on the challenge, and will be the first time he s visited the region. The guys asked me to come along and I was keen, Mr Tarda said. I did the wiring for the car and the shirts. It s my first trip down that far so it s going to be good. For more information on the event or to donate, go to

48 Isis Town & Country Newspaper, Childers QLD 23 Oct 2014 General News, page cm² Regional - circulation 1,352 (---T---) ID BRIEF CAMPQUALIT INDEX 1 PAGE 2 of 2 ON THE ROAD: Childers trio (from front) Ross Nugent, Damien Tarda and John Cole with their 714 Angry Birds Holden Commodore. The trio are participating in the Camp Quality escarpade which runs from Broken Hill to Albury. PHOTO: MATTHEW MCINERNEY

49 Leader (Barossa Valley), Angaston SA 22 Oct 2014 General News, page cm² Regional - circulation 8,030 (--W----) ID BRIEF CAMPQUALIT INDEX 1 PAGE 1 of 1 Crazy cars plan Barossa stop The region will host more than 70 cars and close to 200 people participating in Camp Quality's escarpade event. A cavalcade of crazy cars stopped in Nuriootpa last night and will make a stop at Peter Lehmann Wines, Tanunda between 7 a.m. and 8 a.m. Thursday morning before making their way to the Riverland as part of an outback journey from Broken Hill to Albury. The aim is to raise $1.2 million - enough for Camp Quality to support a further 250 families who have a child living with cancer for the next year, through their resiliencebuilding programmes.

50 Men on a mission: Team Turtle members Gavin Reeves, Michael van Vloten, Matthew Campbell and Sam Moran. Picture by CATH BOWEN REBECCA BERRY Mr Moran, 27, of Rutherford, and mates 1977 XC Fairmont wagon, covering rustle up more sponsors and donations Michael van Vloten, Mathew Campbell and thousands of kilometres, a trip that will take before they take off. hile most Maitland 20-somethings Gavin Reeves, named themselves Team them two weeks. We were sitting around talking one night are champing at the bit to finish Turtle and have entered the Camp Quality Team Turtle is one of the youngest teams about how we would like to do something to k f i d h b E d f B k Hill Alb h h i 40 hl h i i h ldi ll from page 9 We all love cars, especially Ford. We had been to Bathurst together, so when the Escarpade idea came up we went for it and that was 18 months ago. Michael already had three years experience as an official mechanic, so we made a decision to have some fun and give something back. While none of the men have children, they all have wives and girlfriends who support their quest. We have been fund-raising at events in Maitland throughout the year and we have heard stories from families and seen children living with cancer, Mr Moran said. It would have to be the worst thing that can happen to a family and we all wanted to do something to help children here and Australia-wide. Team Turtle was named in honour of Teenage Mutant Ninja Turtles Michelangelo, Donatello, Raphael and Leonardo characters children know and relate to. We found turtle costumes online and ordered them from the USA, Mr Moran said. We take turns dressing up and collecting money for Camp Quality and people have been generous with their donations. The turtle suits will travel with the team in the back of the Ford and will no doubt come out for the various functions and fun stops along the way. The team was required to raise a minimum of $5000 for Camp Quality to enter the event. Fuel, food and accommodation is at the team s expense. This adventure is all about mateship and making it our tradition, Mr Moran said. We are getting older, some are getting married or engaged, and this is a way to keep us together, setting aside two weeks every year to do this. Team Turtle asked the Mercury to thank all sponsors for donations and vehicle preparations which have enabled the team to be well equipped for its first Escarpade. Team Turtle can be contacted via its Facebook page at escarpade Ready to hit the road: The boys from Team Turtle are raising money for Camp Quality. What is a Camp Quality Escarpade? Escarpade is a wacky outback motoring adventure now in its 23rd year. Entrants hit the road for seven days from Broken Hill to Albury covering 2500 kilometres in vehicles that are at least 20 years old. They travel in a convoy covering 300 to 350 kilometres a day off the beaten track, through creeks, bush and farmlands. There are 73 teams entered, some involved since the event started, and they will visit schools and communities along the way. Last year Escarpade raised $1.2 million to help 1400 children living with cancer and their families. Camp Quality is not government-funded and relies on donations. Its programs create a supportive, resilient and optimistic community for families living with cancer and has 2500 volunteers. It wants to ensure every child living with cancer, and their family, has access to its programs nationwide. Escarpade starts on October 18 and finishes on October 25. Maitland Mercury, Maitland NSW 15 Oct 2014 General News, page cm² Regional - circulation 3,178 (MTWTF--) ID BRIEF CAMPQUALIT INDEX 1 PAGE 1 of 1 Weekend MAGAZINE WeekendMAGAZINE Team Turtle s big adventure Tradies team up for an adventure W Beauty deals that you won t want to WHAT IS CAMP QUALITY ESCARPADE? MERCURY STORIES: How we reported the upcoming Team Turtle adventure on Friday, August 8. Team Turtle pitches in with $10,000 for charity A team of Maitland tradies, aka Team Turtle, has raised $10,000 for Camp Quality and will head to Broken Hill tomorrow to start an outback adventure. Twenty-something mates Sam Moran, Michael van Vloten, Mathew Campbell and Gavin Reeves have entered this year s Escarpade, which starts on October 18 and ends on October 25. They will travel in their modified 1977 XC Fairmont wagon from Broken Hill to Albury covering 2500 kilometres and raising money for charity along the way. This has been a huge effort and many thanks to all the people who made financial donations and helped with the car preparations, Mr Moran said. The car is looking fantastic. Please continue to like and share our Facebook page and follow us for daily updates and funny photos of all the action along the way. Escarpade is a wacky outback motoring adventure now in its 23rd year. Last year s event raised $1.2 million to help children living with cancer and their families.

51 Murray Pioneer (Renmark), Renmark SA 31 Oct 2014 Extra, page cm² Regional - circulation 6,400 (-T--F--) ID BRIEF CAMPQUALIT INDEX 1 PAGE 1 of 1 Crazy cars converge on town A FLEET of quirky vehicles rolled into Berri last week as part of a charity motoring adventure to help children with cancer. More than 71 cars in the Camp Quality event stopped in the town and hundreds of participants refuelled their bellies before completing the last leg of their journey. The cars travelled 2500km across three states, from October 18 to 25, aiming to raise $1.2 million for the charity s resilience-building programs that support families with a child living with cancer. We re hitting pretty close to our target, charity event manager Susan Fleming said. Each individual car requires a minimum $5000 fundraising to enter and then participants raise money on top of that. The event creates a great sense of community and gives entrants that have been touched by cancer the opportunity to come together. It also gives the charity good brand awareness in regional places. Everyone loved the scenery as they drove into Berri. The views were spectacular. It s just a beautiful spot. All of the locals were so welcoming and the Alba Cafe was probably the best venue we stopped at they put on such a great lunch spread for us. Course director Ben Mildren said the vehicles, which were required to be at least 20 years old to enter, passed through Broken Hill, Port Augusta, Clare, Barossa Valley, Berri, Wentworth, Hay, Lockhart and finished in Albury. The event itself has been smooth, but some of the roads have been pretty rough, he said. We managed to break a few cars in the first couple of days and we had to replace three engines in Broken Hill. All the cars had to pass safety requirements and meet the mechanical check before the event. Participant Tony Holland has been involved with the charity drive for six years, after his 14-month-old daughter was diagnosed with cancer. She went through a lot of chemo, but she didn t really know what was going on because she was so young, he said. It would be so hard for kids, so I have always wanted to raise money to give some of them the opportunity to get involved in a few more different things, such as camps. Camp Quality motoring adventure participants Tony Holland (right) and Rob Clements with their Holden VR Commodore, decked out with a water squirter and horns, stopped at Berri last Thursday. PHOTOS: Will Slee The Camp Quality charity event saw more than 71 quirky cars roll into Berri last week to help children with cancer.

52 Murray Pioneer (Renmark), Renmark SA 29 Oct 2014 Extra, page cm² Regional - circulation 6,400 (-T--F--) ID BRIEF CAMPQUALIT INDEX 1 PAGE 1 of 2 Crazy cars converge on town A FLEET of quirky vehicles rolled into Berri last week as part of a charity motoring adventure to help children with cancer. More than 71 cars in the Camp Quality event stopped in the town and hundreds of participants refuelled their bellies before completing the last leg of their journey. The cars travelled 2500km across three states, from October 18 to 25, aiming to raise $1.2 million for the charity s resilience-building programs that support families with a child living with cancer. We re hitting pretty close to our target, charity event manager Susan Fleming said. Each individual car requires a minimum $5000 fundraising to enter and then participants raise money on top of that. The event creates a great sense of community and gives entrants that have been touched by cancer the opportunity to come together. It also gives the charity good brand awareness in regional places. Everyone loved the scenery as they drove into Berri. The views were spectacular. It s just a beautiful spot. All of the locals were so welcoming and the Alba Cafe was probably the best venue we stopped at they put on such a great lunch spread for us. Course director Ben Mildren said the vehicles, which were required to be at least 20 years old to enter, passed through Broken Hill, Port Augusta, Clare, Barossa Valley, Berri, Wentworth, Hay, Lockhart and finished in Albury. The event itself has been smooth, but some of the roads have been pretty rough, he said. We managed to break a few cars in the first couple of days and we had to replace three engines in Broken Hill. All the cars had to pass safety requirements and meet the mechanical check before the event. Participant Tony Holland has been involved with the charity drive for six years, after his 14-month-old daughter was diagnosed with cancer. She went through a lot of chemo, but she didn t really know what was going on because she was so young, he said. It would be so hard for kids, so I have always wanted to raise money to give some of them the opportunity to get involved in a few more different things, such as camps.

53 Murray Pioneer (Renmark), Renmark SA 29 Oct 2014 Extra, page cm² Regional - circulation 6,400 (-T--F--) ID BRIEF CAMPQUALIT INDEX 1 PAGE 2 of 2 Camp Quality motoring adventure participants Tony Holland (right) and Rob Clements with their Holden VR Commodore, decked out with a water squirter and horns, stopped at Berri last Thursday. PHOTOS: Will Slee The Camp Quality charity event saw more than 71 quirky cars roll into Berri last week to help children with cancer.

54 Riverine Grazier (Hay), Hay NSW 29 Oct 2014 General News, page cm² Regional - circulation 2,000 (--W----) ID BRIEF CAMPQUALIT INDEX 1 PAGE 1 of 1 Wow, what a week we have had at the club. Riverina Super Draw came to Hay, followed by 225 Camp Quality Rally guests for dinner on Friday and of course the one that we had all been waiting for, the Raw Heat show. It was indeed a very full weekend and I would like to personally thank everyone who attended these functions especially the Raw Heat as your support is gratefully appreciated. Riverina Super Draw came to Hay, and guess what, the winner, Chelsea Wilson was not at the club. This week the Draw jumps to a whopping $13,500 so be there as it SerVO Snippets with Gwennie may return and you don't want to miss it. In the last two months a Hay's number has been drawn three times. It could be us again this week. The auditorium really came to life for the Camp Quality dinner. These guys sure know how to party and how to part with their money. They raised over a million dollars for Camp Quality and also helped with the bar takings at Hay Services Club. There is no better venue in Hay for more than 200 people than Hay Services Club. The Ladies' Night with Raw Muscle was a blast and all the girls really enjoyed the entertainment. This Friday we look forward to the Leukaemia Foundation ne Rally crew, about 120 people, to be here for dinner at about 6.30pm. Feel free to come up and have a chat with these guys they are all good fun.

55 Sunraysia Daily (Mildura), Mildura VIC 25 Oct 2014, by Andrew Brookes General News, page cm² Regional - circulation 10,696 (MTWTFS-) ID BRIEF CAMPQUALIT INDEX 1 PAGE 1 of 2 Puppet-load of fun By Andrew Brookes AN ensemble of wacky characters brought smiles, laughter and an important message to Wentworth Public School yesterday. Camp Quality s outback motoring adventure EsCarpade is currently touring from Broken Hill to Albury, reaching Wentworth on Thursday evening. Before departing for Balranald yesterday morning, some of the crazy cavalcade stopped in at the school to meet the children and perform an educational but entertaining puppet show. In keeping with the cancer charity s motto that laughter is the best medicine, the short play was a fun and amusing way to teach pupils how to be supportive and understanding of kids living with cancer. Students Kayden Robinson, 8, and Lucy Cullinan, 7, really enjoyed the Camp Quality visit, particularly being given free lollies. The puppet show was really good and I thought the cars were awesome... it was 10 stars out of 10, Kayden said. Lucy added: I learned not to tease people that have cancer. School visits are at the heart of the seven-day EsCarpade tour, which is run in support of children diagnosed with cancer and their families, with participants stopping twice a day to meet primary students along the route. Wentworth Public School principal Natalie Hopcroft said the puppet show was a unique opportunity for the kids to discuss a serious topic in a manner they could appreciate. That puppet show speaks thousands of words because it is very hard to speak to children about cancer, she said. To do it in a fun way, like they did, and have a bit of a laugh but get a message across, is the best way to educate children. We can t do that, so that was special. Ms Hopcroft said it was clear from the way the students behaved during the EsCarpade stopover that it had been beneficial for them. Our kids have been excited all week and we ve had also quite a few parents come in for it and the Pomona Public School was here as well, she said.

56 Sunraysia Daily (Mildura), Mildura VIC 25 Oct 2014, by Andrew Brookes General News, page cm² Regional - circulation 10,696 (MTWTFS-) ID BRIEF CAMPQUALIT INDEX 1 PAGE 2 of 2 COLOURFUL CHARACTERS: Andrew Linton, Danielle and John (in costume) Wallace, Piper Nash, Chloe Nash and Jonathan Nash enjoy the Camp Quality stopover in Wentworth yesterday. Pictures: Louise Donges

57 Gundagai Independent, Gundagai NSW 29 Sep 2014 General News, page cm² Regional - circulation 1,900 (M--T---) ID BRIEF CAMPQUALIT INDEX 1 PAGE 1 of 2 Father and son hit the road for Camp Quality They may look like bananas but there's nothing fruity about Gundagai's Keith RadweD and son Michael who are again hitting the road for the annual Camp Quality es- Carpade. Known as the Teddy Chasers, Keith and Michael are easy to spot in their Bananas in Pyjamas inspired Ford Falcon which will this year travel from Broken Hill to Albury taking on some of Australia's wildest back roads. escarpade is one of Camp Quality's biggest annual national fundraisers and Australia's wackiest outback motoring adventure. It is a culmination of year-round fundraising by dedicated and hardworking fundraisers committed to making laughter the best medicine. Keith and Michael will enjoy the seven-day outback motoring adventure next month driving distances of km each day all off the beaten track. "We pull up in rural towns for lunch, we rock up into schools to spread the escarpade cheer, and we always brake for CARaoke and other games at the fun stops," Keith said. "It's a family friendly and wonderfully inspiring event that has people returning year after year." During the journey from Broken Hill to Albury, entrants visit local schools where escarpadians rev-up the fun therapy and usher in Camp Quality's National Puppet Program. The puppet program travels with the event and is an important educational performance that teaches children about living with children who have cancer. Keith and Michael say their car is set and ready for this year's trek and are looking forward to October 19. "The car is going well and not much has had to be changed since last year," Keith said. "Both Michael and I are looking forward to another interesting and fun trip." Entrants will take in sites around Port Augusta, Barossa, Wentworth, Hay, Lockhart and then finish in Albury all while raising money to create a better life for children living with cancer in Australia.

58 Gundagai Independent, Gundagai NSW 29 Sep 2014 General News, page cm² Regional - circulation 1,900 (M--T---) ID BRIEF CAMPQUALIT INDEX 1 PAGE 2 of 2 THE BIG A The Bananas in Pyjamas crew of Keith (pictured) and Michael Radwell during a quick stop at the Big Banana during the 2013 escarpade.

59 Barrier Daily Truth (Broken Hill), Broken Hill NSW 17 Sep 2014 General News, page cm² Regional - circulation 5,430 (MTWTFS-) ID BRIEF CAMPQUALIT INDEX 1 PAGE 1 of 2 Rally to start in Silver City Broken Hill will be the starting point for this year s Camp Quality outback fundraising car rally to help support children with cancer. Some 71 cars will take part in the escarpade which starts October 18 and will see entrants travel over 3,500km through NSW, SA and VIC. Along the way they ll pull into towns including Port Augusta, Clare, Berri, Wentworth and Hay in a fanfare of sirens, horns, water cannons, lights and colour. During their stay entrants will visit local schools with the Camp Quality puppets to help educate children about caring for kids with cancer. Cars must be at least 20 years old to enter and teams spend the year dressing the car up, making it roadworthy and encouraging people to sponsor them for their week-long adventure. The aim is to raise $1.2 million which will be enough to support a further 250 families who have a child living with cancer for the next year, through their resilience-building programs. Putting cars that are at least 20 years old through the challenge of the off-road adventures of the outback is all part of the excitement that this event generates, event manager Bianca Elhage said. The rally finishes at Albury on October 25. To support your local team, visit

60 Barrier Daily Truth (Broken Hill), Broken Hill NSW 17 Sep 2014 General News, page cm² Regional - circulation 5,430 (MTWTFS-) ID BRIEF CAMPQUALIT INDEX 1 PAGE 2 of 2 Supplied

61 Blayney Chronicle, Blayney NSW 11 Sep 2014 General News, page cm² Regional - circulation 1,294 (---T---) ID BRIEF CAMPQUALIT INDEX 1 PAGE 1 of 1 Barry, Nashdale and Deniliquin residents Steve Croft, Rex Wilson and Daniel Thorley have signed up for a week-long outback motoring adventure fundraiser called escarpade. An outback adventure Barry, Nashdale and Deniliquin residents Steve Croft, Rex Wilson and Daniel Thorley have signed up for a week-long outback motoring adventure fundraiser called escarpade for children s cancer charity Camp Quality - and they re calling on the central west community to support them in their fundraising efforts. The outback motoring adventure sees a fleet of a maximum 80 colourful cars, all of which are over 20 years old, travel 2,500 km from Broken Hill to Albury from October 18 to 25, The new route will travel through Broken Hill, Packsaddle (lunch) and back to Broken Hill on day one! Then on to Mt Victor (lunch), Port Augusta, Clare Valley (lunch) Barossa, Berri (lunch) Wentworth, Clare School (lunch), Hay, Lockhart (lunch) and last stop is Albury. The trio, nicknamed the Statesmans, are entering a 1977 Holden HX Statesman into the event - and they re calling upon all businesses and residents to get behind them to support their fundraising efforts. Local school visits in conjunction with the Camp Quality touring puppet show is assisting to teach school pupils how to be supportive and understanding of kids living with cancer, and address the playground bullying issue, with positive results. This is the first time that team Statesmans and THE CAT-IN-THE-HAT car has entered escarpade and the car is finally out and about after some significant surgery. Team chief driver Daniel Thorley said: We re hoping that our car will make it through the challenging week-long off-road course! Any support the central west locals can give us - big or small, will really help kids living with cancer, which is what this is all about. We ve had some terrific assistance from people and local businesses already. Our CAT-IN-THE-HAT themed car will be flying the flag for the Central West Region along the route in October, so we d really appreciate the fundraising support. People can keep up to date on progress and donate online at au/thestatesmans.

62 Canberra Times, Canberra 15 Sep 2014 Times, page cm² Capital City Daily - circulation 24,851 (MTWTFS-) ID BRIEF CAMPQUALIT INDEX 1 PAGE 1 of 3 About Town Photos: Melissa Adams Up, up and away! Team Canberra warmed up for Camp Quality s escarpade event in October with a superheroes and villains dinner at the Hellenic Club in Woden on Thursday night. escarpade, one of Camp Quality s largest fundraising events, is a week-long outback motoring adventure. The night included a guest appearance from ACT Brumbies coach Stephen Larkham, live entertainment and dinner. Roslyn Palmer, of Farrer, Chris Hanrahan, of Chisholm, Gaye Piper, of Kambah, and Julie Wheeler, of Chisholm.

63 Canberra Times, Canberra 15 Sep 2014 Times, page cm² Capital City Daily - circulation 24,851 (MTWTFS-) ID BRIEF CAMPQUALIT INDEX 1 PAGE 2 of 3 Angelo and Louise Georgiadis, both of Kaleen, Kath and Mark Tosic, both of Hawker, Stephen Larkham, and Carsten and Bridget Larsen, both of O Malley. Steph Norton, of Wanniassa, David Slater, of Wanniassa, and Emma Bowman, of Calwell. Aljosa Andric and Jessica Versegi, both of Gungahlin. Lauren Whittaker, of Bruce, David Stokoe, of Gordon, Jess Hale, of Gordon, and Noorjahan Nizam, of Downer.

64 Canberra Times, Canberra 15 Sep 2014 Times, page cm² Capital City Daily - circulation 24,851 (MTWTFS-) ID BRIEF CAMPQUALIT INDEX 1 PAGE 3 of 3 Liam Duggan, of Harrison, Christian Fobister, of Holder, and Adam Nash, of Amaroo. Sue Hughes, of Waramanga, Sarah Tobin, of Evatt, and Katie Perry, of Bonner.

65 Gilgandra Weekly, Gilgandra NSW 09 Sep 2014 General News, page cm² Regional - circulation 1,014 (-T-----) ID BRIEF CAMPQUALIT INDEX 1 PAGE 1 of 1 David's Camp Quality Escarpade The Camp Quality Escarpade from Broken Hill to Albury is on in October. Local business owner David Johnson (Movie Mania) is gearing up for a car trip full of fun, challenges and humour with his friend Frank Westwood. Mr Westwood is a former Gilgandra local who now lives in Newcastle. All the cars must be made before 1994, be decorated to a theme and the drivers dressed up. Frank and David's car is painted bright blue with the superman logo on the bonnet. They are called 'Justice League for Camp Quality'. David will be dressed up as the 'Green Lantern' and Frank as 'Superman'. This is the first year David will be on the tour. Frank, David and their other usual driver Matthew Harrison have been friends for 20 years. Matthew has a new addition to his family and so he could not take part in this year's event. Each team has to raise an amount of $5000 and the funds go directly to children living with cancer and their families. It does not go towards costs for the escarpade. Already David and Frank have raised nearly $9000 with $3000 coming from a fundraising night held in Newcastle last month. Movie Mania is also raffling a signed and framed picture of South Sydney rugby league player Greg Inglis. David said he is really looking forward to the adventure. "Last time I was driving through that area it was at night. So I am excited to actually see the country," said David. The escarpade conveniently has a rest day in South Australia's Barossa Valley - something David is again looking forward to. Frank will be in Gilgandra with the Justice League car on Thursday, October 16, Camp Quality raises funds to support children with cancer. Last year they raised $1.2 million, which gave 1400 children access to Camp Quality's programs that provide a better life for those living with cancer. Local business owner, David Johnson and friend Frank Westwood are heading off in October on the Camp Quality Escarpade in their 'Justice League' themed car. Photo supplied.

66 Illawarra Mercury, Wollongong NSW 27 Sep 2014 Drive, page cm² Regional - circulation 24,523 (MTWTFS-) ID BRIEF CAMPQUALIT INDEX 1 PAGE 1 of 2 Teams rally for a good cause A pleasant drive from Broken Hill to Albury via South Australia s Barossa Valley, taking in the sights and sampling some of the local produce along the way could be a good way to spend a few days for anyone with time on their hands. For teams taking part in next month s Camp Quality Escarpade, an annual drive used to raise funds for the children s cancer charity, things could be a little less leisurely and a lot more hasty with even the little issues of getting to the start and getting home from the finish needing to be factored into plans. Say it quickly and it seems like a doddle. Leave Broken Hill on Saturday, October 18 and stop in at Port Augusta, the Barossa Valley, Berri, Wentworth, Hay and Lockhart before finally arriving in Albury a week later. And they always go the longest way or find the toughest roads. Or both, said Newcastle Escarpader Frank Westwood who, with partnerin-crime Matthew Harrison, is lining-up for a fourth Camp Quality drive this year. Previously the pair have teamed-up in an elderly Holden Commodore but this year they have a car each, adding another Commodore and two more crew members. To drive home that partnership, one car has been painted black and now sports Batman signage while the other has turned blue and sports Superman logos. We decided to theme the cars because we wanted to run them as the Justice League for Camp Quality, Westwood said. We even have our own Facebook page, Justice League for Camp Quality so we can keep everyone up to date on what we are doing. Splitting the partnership has meant bringing new crew members aboard. Westwood has dusteddown the navigator s seat for old school mate David Johnson while Harrison has conscripted fiancee Teneil Ewart to read the route notes and operate the CB radio. Teneil has been saying for a while that she wanted to see what it was all about so this is her chance, Harrison said. To get a start in the Camp Quality Escarpade crews have to raise $5000 per car and the Justice League signed-off on their cheque with a fundraising dinner, a solid donation from the CFMEU and more than $2000 raised simply by placing charity donation tins in BP garages around the Hunter. Last year s Escarpade raised more than a million dollars. BRENT DAVISON

67 Illawarra Mercury, Wollongong NSW 27 Sep 2014 Drive, page cm² Regional - circulation 24,523 (MTWTFS-) ID BRIEF CAMPQUALIT INDEX 1 PAGE 2 of 2 Frank Westwood, left, and Matthew Harrison will take the hard roads from Broken Hill to Albury to raise money for Camp Quality.

68 Inverell Times, Inverell NSW 05 Sep 2014, by Michhle Jedlicka General News, page cm² Regional - circulation 3,132 (-T--F--) ID BRIEF CAMPQUALIT INDEX 1 PAGE 1 of 1 ROLLING ALONG: The Team Turbo crew of Duane and Jann O Brien, Gabi Potbury, and Mitch Anderson. Day on the green By MICHÈLE JEDLICKA TIME is ticking for the departure of Team Turbo for the Camp Quality EsCarpade road trip from Broken Hill to Albury. The Inverell team will join seventy old cars making the eight-day tour of rural towns, visiting schools along the way from October 18 to 25. Funds raised are all donated to the charity that supports children and families battling cancer. The quartet of local adventurers, Duane and Jann O Brien, their daughter Gabi Potbury and her partner Mitch Anderson have organised a number of fundraising activities. Their latest offering is the Team Turbo Golf Day at the Inverell Golf Club on Sunday, September 21. The event will be a three-person Ambrose with a 10.30am shotgun start, and the ticket includes a barbecue lunch provided by the Inverell VRA squad. The day is open to all ages and ability levels, so if you have not swung a five iron in your life or ever sunk a putt, Jann said all the better. Perfect, because I can t play golf, and I can t wait, she chuckled. I ve got my little team of three and none of us know how to play golf. It s for everyone, and that s the idea of it; it s a day of fun. Their vintage ride, a 1969 HT Holden station wagon has recently passed inspection for the journey south, and Jann said the team are looking forward to the trip. She said a highlight would be visiting schools along the route. We visit outback schools as we go, and Camp Quality have a puppeteer show that they do about kids with cancer. And then we go in character as well, and that s why we re Team Turbo, as (in) Turbo, the DreamWorks movie. Each one us are a character. Jann said the local support for their project has been fantastic. Inverell community is one of the best places around, because there s always things that people are asking for money, and they just keep on giving, which is amazing. The Team Turbo s Golf Day is $25 per person and Jann said there are plenty of prizes and giveaways on the day. Teams of three can register with the Inverell Golf Club on

69 Ipswich Advertiser, Ipswich QLD 24 Sep 2014 General News, page cm² Regional - circulation 34,187 (--W----) ID BRIEF CAMPQUALIT INDEX 1 PAGE 1 of 1 Couple sets off on 3500km bash Packing up for outback trek WHEN you ve seen your boy through a battle with cancer covering thousands of kilometres in a 23-year-old car isn t such a tough task. Willowbank couple Paul and Julie Byrne consider themselves lucky their son Alex is now a healthy, energetic seven-year-old, despite being diagnosed with a tumour on the spine at six months old. Over the coming weeks the couple will buff up the old VN Commodore in preparation for the Camp Quality EsCarpade a 3500km bash through the back roads of Australia. It s the second year Mr Byrne has taken the challenge, but it will be the first for Mrs Byrne. Last year was the best time I ve ever had, Mr Byrne said. It s all about the people you meet and the places you see we went to a school in Grafton last year and there were a few kids in wheelchairs that we gave our stuffed animals to. They were over the moon with that. The fundraising rally travels from Broken Hill to Albury from October For more information on the rally, visit www. escarpade.com.au. SPRUCING UP: Paul and Julie Byrne of Willowbank are preparing their veteran Commodore for the 3500km Camp Quality EsCarpade rally next month. PHOTO: DAVID NIELSEN

70 Latrobe Valley Express, Morwell VIC 29 Sep 2014, by Rebecca Symons Regional Changes - Morwell, page cm² Regional - circulation 36,476 (M--T---) ID BRIEF CAMPQUALIT INDEX 1 PAGE 1 of 1 Revved up for road trip BY REBECCA SYMONS A TEAM of Lions Club members will soon venture to outback South Australia and New South Wales for the 21st time to raise funds for Camp Quality. Ross Norman of Traralgon and his fellow Churchill Lions Club members have taken part in the Camp Quality escarpade each October for the past 20 years. The team will begin their off-road journey at Broken Hill on 18 October and drive through Port Augusta, Barossa Valley, Wentworth and Hay, finishing in Albury on 25 October. We re the longest serving participants of the Camp Quality event, Mr Norman said. We raise our money beforehand, we pay for our own accommodation and our own meals and we have breakfasts and lunches at the little outback schools which becomes a big funny day. Mr Norman said he saw children s cancer to be a very important issue to tackle. In the early days we used to have the kids with cancer have lunch with us and we d take them for rides and it gets onto your heart strings that you don t know how lucky you are, Mr Norman said. The worst part of it is that Latrobe Valley has more kids with cancer than anywhere else in Victoria. In Ronald McDonald House at Monash they ve got a map of Victoria there and there s more pins on the board there than anywhere else in Victoria. While the Lions Club worked hard to have the car ready to go each year, Mr Norman said support from local businesses was a major contributor to the team s success. The best thing is that when we do need repairs on the car we take it into places and they fix it for nicks, Mr Norman said. Reg Stirling from Yinnar and his repair crew called Team Ocker will follow all participants in the race, at the ready to repair cars when needed and tow them if accidents occur. As the group s major fundraiser, they will hold a Camp Quality Day Out on 1 November at Rosedale Speedway. Gates will open from noon with super sedans, wingless sprints, standard saloons, division two hotrods, mini sprints, VSC sprint cars and junior standard saloons on show. Churchill Lions Club member Ross Norman dressed as a cow in preparation for the Camp Quality escarpade with Steve Halton from Central Gippsland Mowers, Churchill Lions Club member Bob Christie and Bob Skinner from Valley Tyre Service.

71 Queensland Times (Ipswich), Ipswich QLD 18 Sep 2014, by Andrew Korner General News, page cm² Regional - circulation 8,418 (MTWTFS-) ID BRIEF CAMPQUALIT INDEX 1 PAGE 1 of 2 Commodore packed for outback adventure Andrew Korner WHEN you ve seen your boy through a battle with cancer, covering thousands of kilometres of Aussie outback in a 23-year-old car isn t such a tough task. Willowbank couple Paul and Julie Byrne consider themselves lucky, with their son Alex now a typically healthy, energetic seven-year-old, despite having been diagnosed with a tumour on the spine aged six months. These days the Byrnes go to great lengths to show their appreciation for the help they received while Alex was fighting for survival, while also doing what they can to help other families going through the same ordeal. Over the coming weeks the couple will buff up the old VN Commodore in preparation for the Camp Quality EsCarpade a 3500km bash through the back roads of Australia. It s the second year running that Mr Byrne has taken the challenge, but this will be the first year for Mrs Byrne. Last year was the best time I ve ever had, Mr Byrne said. It s all about the people you meet and the places you see we went to a school in Grafton last year and there were a few kids in wheelchairs that we gave our stuffed animals to. They were over the moon with that. It costs a few bucks but we are doing it to raise money for kids with cancer. It s worth it just to meet so many amazing people along the way people that will pull you up by the side of the road and give you $20 out of their wallet. The fundraising rally travels from Broken Hill to Albury from October 18-25, however team Madagascar has already made some excellent progress with its fundraising efforts. The figure so far stands at $13,000, with the Byrnes aiming for a total of about $20,000. Individual rally teams have been known to raise in excess of $100,000. Overall, Camp Quality raised about $1.1 million from the rally last year. A good cause needs a good car and although their choice of transportation is getting on in years, it is still in excellent nick. Mr Byrne replaced the gearbox in the 1991 Commodore to make sure it was up to the task as well as adding a few secret weapons. Mrs Byrne said she had been warned about the many practical jokes that rally drivers would play on each other during the trek. I m expecting plenty of hilarity and practical jokes, she said. There will also be a lot of arguing in our car, because I will be doing a lot of the navigating for my husband. The couple will have a huge amount of driving to do just to get to the start line, with Mr Byrne estimating the return trip to Broken Hill to be more than 3000km. For more information on the rally, visit escarpade.com.au. It costs a few bucks but we are doing it to raise money for kids with cancer

72 Queensland Times (Ipswich), Ipswich QLD 18 Sep 2014, by Andrew Korner General News, page cm² Regional - circulation 8,418 (MTWTFS-) ID BRIEF CAMPQUALIT INDEX 1 PAGE 2 of 2 OLD GIRL: Paul and Julie Byrne of Willowbank are preparing their Commodore for the 3500km Camp Quality EsCarpade rally in October. PHOTO: DAVID NIELSEN

73 Southern Highland News (Bowral), Bowral NSW 23 Jul 2014 General News, page cm² Regional - circulation 2,199 (M-W-F--) ID BRIEF CAMPQUALIT INDEX 1 PAGE 1 of 1 Highlanders seek support to help Camp Quality HIGHLANDS residents Keith Sara, Bill van Diemen and Ray Selby have signed up for the week-long outback motoring adventure fundraiser escarpade for children's cancer charity Camp Quality. They are calling on the Highlands community to support them in their fundraising efforts. escarpade is Camp Quality's biggest annual fundraiser. A fleet of up to 80 colourful cars, all of which are more than 20 years old, travel 2500 km from Broken Hill to Albury from October 2014 on the outback motoring adventure. The new route will travel through Broken Hill, Packsaddle for lunch and back to Broken Hill on day one. Then on to Mt Victor for lunch, Port Augusta, Clare Valley, Barossa, Berri, Wentworth, Clare School, Hay, Lockhart and last stop is Albury. Highlands locals are entering a 1992 Holden Commodore into the event and they're calling on residents to get behind them to support their fundraising efforts in the runup to October. A Trivia Night Ray Selby, Keith Sara and Bill van Diemen are calling on Highlanders to support their fundraising efforts for Camp Quality. Photo by Emma Biscoe will be held at Moss Vale Services Club on August 16 at 7pm or people can donate online at dorris All money raised helps create a better life for every child living with cancer in Australia - including those in the Highlands area. This is the second time that Team Doris has entered escarpade. Bill van Diemen said he hoped the Commodore would make it. "We're hoping that our old car will make it through the challenging week-long offroad course," he said. "Any support Highlands locals can give us - big or small, will really help kids living with cancer, which is what this is all about. "Last year, thanks to the Highlands businesses and community, we raised more than $10,500 for local children." Along the route, the team will pull into towns in a fanfare of sirens, horns, water canons, lights and colour as a way of spreading Camp Quality's message of optimism. They will also visit primary schools where the Camp Quality puppets perform their show which teaches students how to be supportive of children living with cancer. Inquiries: Bill van Diemen or Keith Sara

74 Camden Advertiser, Sydney 27 Aug 2014 General News, page cm² Suburban - circulation 18,763 (-T-----) ID BRIEF CAMPQUALIT INDEX 1 PAGE 1 of 1 Helping Hands Kermit the car is doing its bit for Camp Quality A green car named Kermit is helping Rob Elliott raise money for Camp Quality. Kermit and a team of Rotarians from Narellan Rotary Club are taking part in Camp Quality s escarpade in October for the fourth year running. We get a lot of enjoyment raising money for Camp Quality. Anything we can do for kids with cancer is worthwhile, Mr Elliott said. EsCarpade is a week-long car rally through eastern Australia, with entrants driving up to 350 kilometres a day and visiting rural schools to talk about Camp Quality and children with cancer. The team, Rob Elliott, Barrie Grimes, John Gannan and Marty Magro, have approached businesses year-round for donations. However, before they can go on the road Kermit needs a few repairs. A group of apprentices at Campbelltown TAFE have been rewiring the 20-year-old car. A fund-raiser will be held at Harrington Grove Country Club on Friday, September 5. Details: Rob Elliott, Read the full story at camdenadvertiser.com.au.

75 Campbelltown-Macarthur Advertiser, Sydney 20 Aug 2014, by Jessica Layt General News, page cm² Suburban - circulation 48,718 (--W----) ID BRIEF CAMPQUALIT INDEX 1 PAGE 1 of 1 Help Kermit s escapades By Jessica Layt A GREEN car named Kermit is helping Rob Elliott raise money for Camp Quality. Kermit and his team of Rotarians from Narellan are taking part in Camp Quality s escarpade for the fourth year. We get a lot of enjoyment raising money for Camp Quality anything we can do for kids with cancer is worthwhile, Mr Elliott said. EsCarpade is a week-long car rally through eastern Australia, with entrants driving up to 350 kilometres a day and visiting rural schools to talk about Camp Quality and children with cancer. The Rotarian team of Rob Elliott, Barrie Grimes (sponsorships and car appearances), John Gannan (head mechanic) and Marty Magro (fundraising) approach businesses year-round to raise money for Camp Quality. Before the Rotarians can get on the road, however, Kermit needs a few repairs. A group of apprentices at Campbelltown TAFE have been rewiring the 20-year-old station wagon, and Mr Elliott is extremely grateful. Those apprentices are doing a great job and saving us a lot of money we can t use any of the money we raise to fix the car, so it s all coming from the community, he said. We re really appreciative that they do these things for the community at the TAFE, because they do it and nobody hears about the great things they do what they re doing is fantastic. In the past three years, Kermit and the Rotarians have raised $180,000, and Mr Elliott hopes this year they can reach $250,000. We also have the support of Camden Rotary and Campbelltown Rotary. The Rotarians are holding a fund-raiser at Harrington Grove Country Club on Friday, September 5. Details: Rob Elliott, The 2014 Camp Quality escarpade runs through October from Broken Hill to Albury. Quality campers: John Gannon (left), Rob Elliot (second from right) and Barrie Grimes (right) from Narellan Rotary with their car Kermit and Campbelltown TAFE apprentices.

76 Canberra Weekly, Canberra 21 Aug 2014 General News, page cm² Magazines Lifestyle - circulation 37,067 (Weekly) ID BRIEF CAMPQUALIT INDEX 1 PAGE 1 of 1 Larkham to host Camp Quality dinner Stephen Larkham from the UC Brumbies will host a super heroes and villains themed dinner on 11 September 7pm at The Hellenic Club, Woden, raising funds for children's cancer charity Camp Quality. The dinner is hosted by Team Canberra, a group who have signed up to escarpade in October, which is one of Camp Quality's largest fundraising events. It's a week-long outback motoring adventure and Mark Duggan, who leads the team, is encouraging the Canberra community to get behind them so they can raise more funds to help kids living with cancer and their families in the region. Tickets to the dinner are $250 or $2,200 for a table of 10, which includes live entertainment and a three-course meal. Please book by 28 August;

77 Macarthur Chronicle, Sydney 26 Aug 2014, by Tarik Elmerhebe Regional Changes - Camden, page cm² Suburban - circulation 75,886 (-T-----) ID BRIEF CAMPQUALIT INDEX 1 PAGE 1 of 2 NARELLAN Green machine fires up KERMIT BACK FOR EPIC CAMP QUALITY DRIVE Tarik Elmerhebe the fourth year, Narellan Rotary Club and its car, Kermit, are driving around the country putting smiles on little children s faces. The Camp Quality escarpade is in its 23rd year and has raised millions of dollars for the charity. Narellan Rotary Club is holding a special event to launch Kermit and its latest campaign next Friday. Club member Rob Elliott encouraged residents to dig deep, donate and support the cause and for businesses to sponsor it. The most important thing to remember is that all the money raised by Kermit and the Rotarians goes to Camp Quality, he said. All teams have to fund the running costs of the cars themselves. By supporting the most famous green Commodore in the event you guarantee that your company, club or group will also benefit from great exposure and the knowledge you are helping children with cancer and their families. Special guest speakers at the launch will include Camp Quality chief executive Simon Rountree and Darrell Lea general manager Klark Quinn. The event will be at Harrington Grove Country Club and will feature a raffle, live auctions, a meal, table wine and coffee. The Rotary team will leave in October to drive from Broken Hill, via Port Augusta to Albury. Mr Elliott said it hoped to better last year s fundraising total of $75,000. Launch tickets cost $80 per person or $600 for a table of eight. Phone Mr Elliott on for details. Visit escarpade.org.au to donate. CARE FOR KIDS KIDSSHOW WHAT: Launch of Kermit to SUPPORT raise money for Camp Quality WHEN: Friday, September 5, at 6.30pm WHERE: Harrington Grove Country Club BOOK: DONATE: escarpade.org.au

78 Macarthur Chronicle, Sydney 26 Aug 2014, by Tarik Elmerhebe Regional Changes - Camden, page cm² Suburban - circulation 75,886 (-T-----) ID BRIEF CAMPQUALIT INDEX 1 PAGE 2 of 2 raise money for Camp Quality. Picture: ROBERT POZO

79 Maitland Mercury, Maitland NSW 08 Aug 2014 General News, page 9-1, cm² Regional - circulation 3,178 (MTWTF--) ID BRIEF CAMPQUALIT INDEX 1 PAGE 1 of 3 Tradies team up for an adventure REBECCA BERRY While most Maitland 20-somethings are champing at the bit to finish work to meet friends at the pub, Sam Moran and his mates have been planning their first outback adventure for charity. Mr Moran, 27, of Rutherford, and mates Michael van Vloten, Mathew Campbell and Gavin Reeves, named themselves Team Turtle and have entered the Camp Quality Escarpade from Broken Hill to Albury, covering 2500 kilometres. For these four tradies, it will be a dream adventure, travelling together in a modified 1977 XC Fairmont wagon, covering thousands of kilometres, a trip that will take them two weeks. Team Turtle is one of the youngest teams to enter the event the average age is 40 years-plus. So far, the mates have raised $9500, but their goal is $20,000 and they are keen to rustle up more sponsors and donations before they take off. We were sitting around talking one night about how we would like to do something to help a charity in a way that would interest all of us, Mr Moran said. continued page 10

80 Maitland Mercury, Maitland NSW 08 Aug 2014 General News, page 9-1, cm² Regional - circulation 3,178 (MTWTF--) ID BRIEF CAMPQUALIT INDEX 1 PAGE 2 of 3 Men on a mission: Team Turtle members Gavin Reeves, Michael van Vloten, Matthew Campbell and Sam Moran. Picture by CATH BOWEN Team Turtle s big adventure from page 9 We all love cars, especially Ford. We had been to Bathurst together, so when the Escarpade idea came up we went for it and that was 18 months ago. Michael already had three years experience as an official mechanic, so we made a decision to have some fun and give something back. While none of the men have children, they all have wives and girlfriends who support their quest. We have been fund-raising at events in Maitland throughout the year and we have heard stories from families and seen children living with cancer, Mr Moran said. It would have to be the worst thing that can happen to a family and we all wanted to do something to help children here and Australia-wide. Team Turtle was named in honour of Teenage Mutant Ninja Turtles Michelangelo, Donatello, Raphael and Leonardo characters children know and relate to. We found turtle costumes online and ordered them from the USA, Mr Moran said. We take turns dressing up and collecting money for Camp Quality and people have been generous with their donations. The turtle suits will travel with the team in the back of the Ford and will no doubt come out for the various functions and fun stops along the way. The team was required to raise a minimum of $5000 for Camp Quality to enter the event. Fuel, food and accommodation is at the team s expense. This adventure is all about mateship and making it our tradition, Mr Moran said. We are getting older, some are getting married or engaged, and this is a way to keep us together, setting aside two weeks every year to do this. Team Turtle asked the Mercury to thank all sponsors for donations and vehicle preparations which have enabled the team to be well equipped for its first Escarpade. Team Turtle can be contacted via its Facebook page at escarpade

81 Maitland Mercury, Maitland NSW 08 Aug 2014 General News, page 9-1, cm² Regional - circulation 3,178 (MTWTF--) ID BRIEF CAMPQUALIT INDEX 1 PAGE 3 of 3 Ready to hit the road: The boys from Team Turtle are raising money for Camp Quality.

82 Maitland Mercury, Maitland NSW 08 Aug 2014 General News, page cm² Regional - circulation 3,178 (MTWTF--) ID BRIEF CAMPQUALIT INDEX 1 PAGE 1 of 1 WHAT IS CAMP QUALITY ESCARPADE? What is a Camp Quality Escarpade? Escarpade is a wacky outback motoring adventure now in its 23rd year. Entrants hit the road for seven days from Broken Hill to Albury covering 2500 kilometres in vehicles that are at least 20 years old. They travel in a convoy covering 300 to 350 kilometres a day off the beaten track, through creeks, bush and farmlands. There are 73 teams entered, some involved since the event started, and they will visit schools and communities along the way. Last year Escarpade raised $1.2 million to help 1400 children living with cancer and their families. Camp Quality is not government-funded and relies on donations. Its programs create a supportive, resilient and optimistic community for families living with cancer and has 2500 volunteers. It wants to ensure every child living with cancer, and their family, has access to its programs nationwide. Escarpade starts on October 18 and finishes on October 25.

83 Sunday Canberra Times, Canberra 17 Aug 2014 Sport, page cm² Capital City Daily - circulation 24,424 (------S) ID BRIEF CAMPQUALIT INDEX 1 PAGE 1 of 1 Larkham a hero for sick kids ACT Brumbies coach Stephen Larkham will be a special guest at the Bon Voyage dinner, which has a superheroes and villains themes, on September 11 to help Team Canberra compete in Camp Quality s escarpade event in October. The escarpade is a week-long outback motoring adventure to raise funds to help kids living with cancer and their families. The dinner will be held at The Hellenic Club, Woden, at 7pm. To book Larkham is shooting off overseas next month, heading up an advanced coaching course in Minneapolis from September It s part of the Brumbies push into the USA where they are setting up an academy at Arizona State University, with a long-term view to recruiting American talent to the Super Rugby franchise.

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